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Gucci Crew II

About Gucci Crew II

An old school squad from Miami, Fla., Gucci Crew II deliver the same bottom-heavy party jams that made South Beach famous. Booty-shaking bass thumps and machine-gun 808s run rampant, served with energetically chanted choruses and scantily clad freaks. They also come with catchy anti-drug rhymes, reshaping Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message" into a warning against the "five dollar high" (aka crack). The crew released a couple of albums and numerous singles, culminating in their collection The Best of Gucci Crew II (1994).

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Gucci Crew II

An old school squad from Miami, Fla., Gucci Crew II deliver the same bottom-heavy party jams that made South Beach famous. Booty-shaking bass thumps and machine-gun 808s run rampant, served with energetically chanted choruses and scantily clad freaks. They also come with catchy anti-drug rhymes, reshaping Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message" into a warning against the "five dollar high" (aka crack). The crew released a couple of albums and numerous singles, culminating in their collection The Best of Gucci Crew II (1994).

About Gucci Crew II

An old school squad from Miami, Fla., Gucci Crew II deliver the same bottom-heavy party jams that made South Beach famous. Booty-shaking bass thumps and machine-gun 808s run rampant, served with energetically chanted choruses and scantily clad freaks. They also come with catchy anti-drug rhymes, reshaping Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message" into a warning against the "five dollar high" (aka crack). The crew released a couple of albums and numerous singles, culminating in their collection The Best of Gucci Crew II (1994).

About Gucci Crew II

An old school squad from Miami, Fla., Gucci Crew II deliver the same bottom-heavy party jams that made South Beach famous. Booty-shaking bass thumps and machine-gun 808s run rampant, served with energetically chanted choruses and scantily clad freaks. They also come with catchy anti-drug rhymes, reshaping Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message" into a warning against the "five dollar high" (aka crack). The crew released a couple of albums and numerous singles, culminating in their collection The Best of Gucci Crew II (1994).